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Music A-level exam board to reinstate its only black composer

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Edexcel admits it was wrong to cut British jazz artist Courtney Pine from course

The work of the British jazz artist Courtney Pine is to be swiftly reinstated to A-level music, after an examination board admitted it had been wrong to drop his album from its course and leave its syllabus without any black composers.

The Guardian revealed this month that Edexcel had cut Pine’s compositions from the works in its jazz and popular music category for A-level, while retaining albums by Kate Bush and the Beatles.

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Parker McCollum Gets Opry Debut Invite From Dierks Bentley

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Parker McCollum ended 2020 strong, with his song “Pretty Heart” hitting the number-one spot on the country airplay charts.

Now, he’s getting his 2021 up and running in a big way – not only does he have a new single, and video, out, “To Be Loved By You,” but turns out he’ll also be making his Grand Ole Opry debut this year!

February 6th, 2021, Parker will be taking the Opry stage for the very first time. Of course this is an offer that he would never turn down, but getting asked was made a little sweeter because the invite was extended by Dierks Bentley.

Check out the moment when Dierks, who will also be there the night of the 6th, facetimed Parker to invite him to his Opry debut.

Photo Credit: David McClister

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Kelsea Ballerini Sings About the Woes of Dry January

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Are you taking part in dry January?

Are you counting down the days until February 1st?

Kelsea Ballerini feels your pain. She’s also taking part in dry January, so she’s avoiding holes in the bottles of wine.

So, as her song climbs the charts, she’s putting a new twist on “hole In the bottle”…

Photo courtesy of Kelsea Ballerini

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Parker McCollum Gets Opry Debut Invite From Dierks Bentley

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Parker McCollum ended 2020 strong, with his song “Pretty Heart” hitting the number-one spot on the country airplay charts.

Now, he’s getting his 2021 up and running in a big way – not only does he have a new single, and video, out, “To Be Loved By You,” but turns out he’ll also be making his Grand Ole Opry debut this year!

February 6th, 2021, Parker will be taking the Opry stage for the very first time. Of course this is an offer that he would never turn down, but getting asked was made a little sweeter because the invite was extended by Dierks Bentley.

Check out the moment when Dierks, who will also be there the night of the 6th, facetimed Parker to invite him to his Opry debut.

Photo Credit: David McClister

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